No matter how bad things get, it’s always worse somewhere else.
Sure, privately owned businesses in the U.S. have plenty of stress – but not as much businesses in some other places, according to a stress survey of 7,400 businesses in 36 countries by Grant Thornton International.
The survey ascribed the biggest stress index to Mainland China, 76. Then came Mexico, 74, Turkey 72, Vietnam, 72, and Greece, 68.
Greece? What’s Greece got to worry about? Hasn’t the worst already happened?
The least stressful places were Sweden, 23, Denmark, 25, Finland, 33, (isn’t socialism relaxing?), Australia, 35, Canada, 36.
The global average was 50 and the U.S. clocked in at 56. Click here to read more from Grant Thornton.